August 1st – September 30th 2017

From everyday purchases, like fuel and groceries, to all your back-to-school needs, like books, backpacks and clothes, earn DOUBLE points when you use your “Rewards!” card

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School starts on August 21, 2017 for Granite, Salt Lake, and Murray School Districts. But how do you keep your kids entertained until then? On July 5th, Brent Severe, the CEO of the Granite Education Foundation along with Katie Petersen, Marketing Assistant for Granite Credit Union were interviewed on Good Things Utah to explain how the Granite Education Foundation has teamed up with the Granite School District to stop summer learning loss with a program called “Brag Badges”. Learn all about it by watching the Good Things Utah segment or visit the Granite Education Foundation website.

Take your “best friend” every Tuesday night to the Gallivan Center from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for some summer dancing. What could be better than “big band” dance music and dancing on the Gallivan Plaza? (Ok, how about a baseball game then? The Salt Lake Bees are in town from August 3rd to the 10th).

Granite Credit Union’s Annual Meeting is scheduled for February 22th, 2017. three seats on the seven-member Board of Directors will be vacated on this date. Granite’s nomination committee has recommended that Maxine Babalis, Lon Tibbitts and Richard Welch retain their current seats. This means that an election is not scheduled to be conducted. Continue reading “Annual Meeting”

Bring Christmas to a child in need

Granite Credit Union gives you the chance to be someone’s Christmas miracle this year through their annual giving tree.

The Granite Credit Union Giving Tree will bring Christmas to children who otherwise would go without. Thank you for your contribution to a child’s happiness.

We will be closed on 12/26/2016 in observance of Christmas.

It is Tax season again, and along with that comes FRAUD.  The TIGTA, (Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration) has issued an alert to all Taxpayers, to be aware of the increase in criminals posing as IRS Agents.  These criminals contact Taxpayers over the phone and are aggressive and persistent about getting your money.

Continue reading “Alert for Taxpayers”